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Tuesday, April 24, 2012


i loveeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee my current job.yeahhhhh..
satu hari selepas waktu keje:"your pronunciation is perfect,i like it"..haaaaaa kau...sape x suke bile someone ckp mcm tu kt ko..hak3..ak rase kalu ambik dadah lebih dos pon x sbngge mcm ni...that's it.i letih u..kerje ktekan.hoho..balek terus tulis entry nih..eiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii..ak sukeeeeeeeeeee  glerrrr mlm ni.hohoi..

p/s: fr my junior,tlgggggg jgn baek sgt dgn student korg nanti dorg naek kepale..baek ade batas..yg penting happy.kannn?hehehehe...(w/pun ak x lyak nk bg nasihat kt korg, anggap la ni cakap2 antr kwn2..ok bebeh.hoho)-tetibe je kn.hoho

nanti ade mase ak tlis lg bende2 yg berinformasi .adiosssss bebeh...

Saturday, April 7, 2012

It's all about manners!

Remember when someone give or helping you with something?you would say "thank you" right?..that's nothing actually compared to what they(who helped/gave us whatsoever things) had done. Words like sorry,congratulation,thank you,please,welcome etc. ..Usually we'll use it in our daily life. it cost nothing when we say it. It is called MANNER. We have manners in everything we do. For example; manners for kids,parents, table manners,office manners,driving manners, telephone manners, manners for strangers etc. It's not like we just "yo,wassup man!" to someone we're just bump into. Talk about anything around us first, like weather or something and then nicely introduce yourself.

Wikipedia says:
'In sociologymanners are the unenforced standards of conduct which demonstrate that a person is proper, polite, and refined. They are like laws in that they codify or set a standard for human behavior, but they are unlike laws in that there is no formal system for punishing transgressions, the main informal "punishment" being social disapproval '
I've been to my friend's sister's wedding(she was a bombshell at the wedding). The sister's friend indeed come.And yes we'll be in full of excitement if we're in their shoes. But, there's a lack of something because the sister's friend just go straight to my friend's sister and ignored the mother who blatantly,sit in front of them. In my view,that behavior was totally rude, come on man! You came to their daughter's wedding,have some manners la. And i went home with a souvenir of course.kui3 ^___^(that's the most important thing.teehehe)

this quote is reminder for all of you(and me too)

The Japanese have perfected good manners and made them indistinguishable from rudeness.
::Paul Theroux::


Monday, April 2, 2012